Jiminy Peak in the Berkshires of Massachusetts is holding season passes to last year's level.
Several types of passes are being offered, including Seven Day Passes, Toddler Passes, Sunday through Friday/Twilight Passes, Midweek/Twilight Passes, Monday through Friday non-holiday passes, Twilight Passes, and College Passes.
Adult all day, all night, seven day passes good for skiing anytime cost $750 now, and will increase to $849 after Oct. 15. Teen anytime passes for skiers and riders 13 to 19 are $654, and increase to $739. Junior (age 7 to 12) anytime passes are $499, then $569.
Toddler (age 6 and under) passes are $189.
Sunday through Friday/Twilight passes, good for skiing six days and every night, cost $484, then $579.
Midweek/Twilight Passes, good for skiing weekdays and every night, cost $394, then $459.
Weekday Passes cost $359, then $419.
Twilight Passes, good seven nights a week, cost $279, then $329.
College Passes, good for skiing anytime, cost $299.
Season passes can be purchased online, in person at the Season Ticket Office at Jiminy Peak, or by calling 888-454-6469.
Season pass holders also get first tracks, lodging for $99 a night at the Country Inn at Jiminy, 50 percent off child care in the Cub's Den, 10 percent off full price in Mountain Sports, $5 off a package of summer activities, and discounts at other ski resorts including Okemo, Wachusett Mountain, Windham, Bristol Mountain, Holiday Valley, Mt. Sunapee, Shawnee Peak, Ski Roundtop, Ski Liberty, Seven Springs, Whitetail, and Crystal Mountain, MI.
More information. Or call 888-454-6469.